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The Best Bridal Looks From Paris Couture Fashion Week

Middle Eastern designers Georges Hobeika and Rami Al Ali wowed on the runway

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24 January 2018

Paris Couture Fashion Week

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Haute couture creations often inspire bridal fashion, as we enter the world of tulle gowns, exquisite embellishment and intricate lace detailing. This week Paris Couture Fashion Week 2018 is taking place as we’ve got the new spring season gowns that have been spotted so far.

This includes aisle-worthy designs from Middle Eastern fashion designers Georges Hobeika and Rami Al Ali, as the haute couturiers proved why the Middle East is home to some of the finest fashion designers and the most stunning wedding dress collections.

Couture Fashion Week in Paris also showcased a French garden party runway from Chanel that will inspire Parisian-chic themed weddings worldwide. And a monochrome surrealist setting from Dior, as we’ve got the best bridal-inspired looks from Paris Couture Fashion Week…

Georges Hobeika

Lebanese fashion designer Georges Hobeika revealed a collection of Grecian inspired designs, as the glittering goddess gowns consisted of sheer bodices and intricate detailing. The skill and flair of the Middle Eastern master couturier impressed, as brides should take note of the Grecian style for the spring season.


Chanel hosted a lavish French garden party for their spring 2018 haute couture show, as Karl Lagerfeld used tulle and elaborate beading to create the perfect bridal inspired looks, including a set of blush pink dresses ideal for bridesmaids this season. With veils and feathered head pieces, brides were given a masterclass into how to accessorize.

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Rami Al Ali

Dubai-based Syrian designer Rami Al Ali showcased a collection of stunning gold swirled embroidered dresses. The haute couture designs seriously have us contemplating going for gold this bridal season, as the elegant gowns were worthy of any bride.


Maria Grazia Chiuri’s collection for Dior was a display of monochrome surrealism, as brides can take inspiration from feathers, silk skirts, tinsel fringe, sequin beading, windowpane cut-outs, Lurex mesh, and even crochet. As Dior showcased an alternative style of femininity which brides can adopt.

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Ralph & Russo

Ralph & Russo recently made the headlines after Meghan Markle wore their design in her official engagement photographs, as their haute couture show at Paris Couture Fashion Week was also full of bridal fashion. Fully fringed gowns floated on the runway, as floral and chiffon accents were also a highlight.

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Giambattista Valli

Known for tiered tulle masterpieces, Giambattista Valli showcased another couture bridal runway of dreams. From puffed out mini-dresses made for your bridesmaids to flowing elegant gowns which draped dramatically to the floor, the tulle couturier put on a show full of bridal inspiration.